I\'ve recently bought a Echo Mia recording card, but Gigastuio don\'t seem to recognize it.
When dignostics is ran, it sees that there are wave outputs but it tells me that the driver is not mapped..
User mode Drv Mia 1/2 Virtual Out, did NOT map.
User mode Drv Mia 3/4 Virtual Out, did NOT map.
User mode Drv Mia 5/6 Virtual Out, did NOT map.
User mode Drv Mia 7/8 Virtual Out, did NOT map.
Re: What does it mean that the driver is not mapped?
You\'re post reminded me of a reply I got from Nemesys support when I sent them a diagnostic. It seems that the lines you\'re quoting aren\'t really something to get worked up about. This is what I got back:
In the section of the diagnostic report below, the \"User mode.....did not map\" is an anomaly of the program. Every card reads this way for some reason. The important thing to note about this section is the Giga Compatible hardware section at the bottom. You have 1 active GSIF card which is the Pulsar with 8 outputs supported.
So it seems that those lines may not be pointing to any problem at all. Not that this means there IS no problem, simply that the diagnostic isn\'t much help in that area.